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Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts which can be caused by... Learn More

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TMJ is a disorder of the jaw joints which commonly causes Eye Pain, Earaches, Dizziness, Hearing Loss, Headaches... Learn More
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How We Can Help You

Our specially trained staff have been treating patients who have headaches, jaw pain, eye, ear, and neck pain associated with temporomandibular joint disorder for over 25 years. Our kindness, warmth, expertise and therapy programs have allowed thousands of people to live their lives without pain.

Meet Dr. Klein

Founder and Director of Michigan Head & Neck Institute

Dr KleinDr. Klein is a specially trained and educated dentist with more than 25 years experience in managing OSA and TMD. He can help you get a better night’s sleep and/or relieve your oral facial pain, muscle tension headaches, and other TMD symptoms.

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Last night, Dr. Richard Klein was LIVE on his monthly talk show The Patriot 92.7FM/1400AM WDTK Detroit answering questions concerning pain, pain management, and Obstructive Sleep Apnea. This picture is of Dr Richard Klein and John McCulloch as they take questions from the radio audience. Topics discussed were: why do truck drivers and railroad engineers have to be checked for sleep apnea/what causes it/how can it be controlled, how can a TMJ problem be related to eye and ear pain, and can TMD cause neck pain. Tune in next month on July 14th. Listen in or call in and get some of your questions answered related to TMD and Sleep Apnea! ... See MoreSee Less

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On May 12, 2016, Dr. Klein was to speak in Washington DC to a panel representing the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regarding the concern of Sleep Apnea in our workers of transportation including, highways, railroads, air, and waters.
The rule for presenters is scheduled limit of 3 to 5 minutes. Dr. Klein was granted a significantly longer period of time. He is a member of the American Sleep and Breathing Academy (ASBA) which instructs physicians, sleep technicians, respiratory therapists, nurses, and dentists that oral appliances are a viable alternative to the CPAP machine. Dr. Klein also spoke of the convenience of home testing (which was an issue that truck drivers addressed since they have a driving schedule that clashes with most sleep testing. Mr. Larry Minor (Administrator for Policy FMCSA) directed a question to Dr. Klein asking if compliancy can be measured. The answer is yes and many were unaware of the technology of the "DentiTrac" (a micro-recorder which can be used to indicate compliancy of truckers wearing their sleep device).
Shannon Watson (Senior Policy Advisor FMCSA) asked Dr. Klein to remain at the podium in case the panel had questions. Eleven varied questions were asked by the doctors and attorney
. on the panel. One of the topics discussed included cost comparison of Oral Appliances and CPAP.
The Journal of Primary Care March 22, 2016 documents "results show that serious preventable accidents were 5 times higher among truck drivers with OSA who fail to comply" Compliancy of Oral Appliance utilization is shown to be significantly higher in all OSA individuals when the mere fact of wearing the appliance for the full night of sleep and on all nights of sleep is considered. Success of using a CPAP only 4 hours a night and only 5 nights of the week is a statistic that does not make sense. It allows insurance coverage if met, but what about the other 72% of the sleep time that OSA is not controlled.
Due to the ease of utilization, reduced fees, and enhanced compliancy, the ASBA believes the OA to be a much easier alternative and more superior to major surgery, or the CPAP machine (especially a CPAP in a truck driver or railroad engineer's closet).
The following video is Dr. Klein's Q and A session to the panel of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration on May 12, 2016.
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My Friend Jerry sent this to me. I was very moved by this video and wanted to share. Dr. Richard Klein

You may have seen this commercial before. But, I can think of no better weekend to send it around again as we honor those who gave their all for our privilege and opportunity to enjoy this holiday weekend.

Show it to the "safe space" cry baby millennials or the intellectually deficient who think they deserve $15 a hour to flip burgers. But then again I doubt they would even understand it.

Show it to those who believe they are entitled to room and board and a living wage. Tell them such a place already exists, the military. But then again they would have to work for it.

SAY A PRAYER FOR OUR BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN IN UNIFORM AND THINK ABOUT THEM, EVEN JUST A LITTLE, THIS WEEKEND.

Jerry
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The annual Carnival of Care is an exceptional event that emphasizes multiple necessary medical care issues to assist injured people. I am proud to have been asked to be on the board of directors for DMAN Foundation (Danny's Miracle Angel Network). Look for this event next year and if you attend, you can feel the love in the air for the caretakers and those that have their lives enhanced by the exceptional care they receive. Richard Klein and Anna Fabiilli ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you Dr. Spoor for my good news eye check up this morning. I hope to be able to take these temporary photosensitivity blinders off before my next patient. Thank you to Tachondra for snapping this picture during this morning’s appointment with her sister at Michigan Head & Neck Institute. Back to work for me. Dr. Richard Klein ... See MoreSee Less

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The contents of this website, such as text, graphics, images, and other materials are for informational purposes only. While there are many commonalities among multiple TMD and sleep apnea cases, each patient is unique. Information on this website should be used to educate the reader about what they should discuss with their doctor if they are suffering from the listed symptoms. The information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Seek the advice of your physician or you may call our office with any questions you may have regarding TMD or sleep apnea. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.